Posted October 11, 2018 11:30:22The Niagara Regional Council is set to host a summer festival in the coming weeks, with a number of attractions to be announced and some events to take place.
The Niagara City Council is also set to hold a summer concert festival, while the Niagara Region Conservation Authority is planning to hold another outdoor festival, as well as several outdoor festivals in the Niagara River Valley.
For more information on events that are to take part in the summer festival, check out the Niagara-area region calendar.
The city of Niagara is hosting an outdoor festival this week with the opening of a new outdoor park and an outdoor concert venue, at the new Rideau River Park, located at the northern end of the city.
The park will feature a skate park, a boat ramp and a mini-vault, as part of a series of events and festivals this summer.
The Rideau City Council will also be hosting a Summerfest, which is set for Sunday, September 22 at the Rideau-Ogden Civic Centre, with live music, face painting and other activities.
The event will be the third Summerfest for the city of Toronto, and the first to be held at a downtown park.
The events are set to take the form of a five-day festival that is open to the public.
The first two days are open to everyone, with free admission.
The final day is reserved for seniors and those with disabilities.
The main event, the Summerfest at Rideau, is scheduled for Saturday, September 24 at the park, with an opening ceremony at 6:30 p.m. and performances from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 noon.
The festival is set in the park and will include entertainment, games, contests, contests for prizes, a costume contest and other events.
The festival will be free to attend.